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Study: Consumer Anxiety Up, Spending Down

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August will record a second decline in consumer spending, according to the Money Anxiety Index.

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Record Crops Spur Exits From Agriculture Investment Funds

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The investment binge in U.S. agriculture funds has ended as record crops and the promise of improving meat supplies send prices plunging.

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Great-West Financial Acquires J.P. Morgan Retirement Plan Services

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The acquisition makes Great-West Financial the second largest provider in the U.S. defined contribution market with nearly 7 million participants, says the firm.

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HighTower Expands With $440 Million Team

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HighTower has added its 46th team with the addition of Wolf-Collins Wealth Management in Red Bank, N.J.

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Parents Say Retirement Imperiled By College Costs

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Fifty-four percent of surveyed parents said they fear their retirement would be jeopardized by helping their children pay for college, according to a new study.

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Identity Crisis In S&P 500 As Range Of Valuations Narrows

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The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index, one of the most diverse benchmarks for stocks in America, is starting to resemble a collection of clones.

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Detroit Brings Bankruptcy Plan To Court With Billionaires

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Detroit’s plan to fix its finances with hundreds of millions of dollars in private donations comes years after the U.S. automotive capital got hooked on philanthropy to rebuild the city.

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Inflation Bonds Back In Vogue

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Investors are back in the hunt for inflation protection for the first time in two years as rising housing costs and rent suggest inflation may be waking from its post-recession slumber.

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Here’s Why Morgan Stanley Says S&P 500 May Near 3,000

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The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index rally isn’t over and the gauge could jump 50 percent more by 2020 as the U.S. economic recovery heads for a record winning streak, according to Morgan Stanley.

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Aging Population Stresses Housing

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The United States will not be able to provide enough appropriate housing for the exploding number of residents who are 50 and older, according to a new Harvard and AARP study.

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